The Noel Kempff National Park is one of the largest and most intact parks in the Amazon Basin. The remoteness of this largely untouched natural landscape makes visiting a true travel adventure.
Located in northeastern Bolivia and bordering Brazil, the Noel Kempf Mercado National Park is nearly 1.6 million hectares (roughly the size of Massachusetts). It is said to have been the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s the The Lost World.
The Noel Kempff National park offers a bountiful array of wildlife and biodiversity. It has one of the highest densities of wildlife in the world with over 640 bird and 130 mammal species recorded and absolutely spectacular scenery and landscapes including the breathtaking waterfalls of Ahfeld and Arco Iris. The national park contains a rich mosaic of different habitat types, ranging in altitude from 200 metres (656 feet) to over 1000 metres (3,280 feet), with flood plains, savannahs and evergreen forests. The main river, Iténez, marks the border with Brazil and is a part of the Madeira River basin that eventually empties into the mighty Amazon. A visit to the rainforest is an invigorating and life-changing experience that offers a fresh perspective of the natural world.
- Adventurers and Nature lovers
- Wildlife Enthusiasts